Daily Charbroiler Operation
It is necessary to develop a consistent and simple temperature management plan for cooking on your Wood-Fired Charbroiler. This plan should be based on the most appropriate grill temperatures for your products. We have outlined the basic steps to begin operating your Charbroiler.
Please note: Red is used in the rendering above to create contrast for the Robata Shelf. The Mt. St. Helens Charbroiler is not available in red.
- Specs & DWGs
- Installation Details
- Cooking & Operation
- Why Wood Stone?
The Robata Shelf for the Mt. St. Helens charbroiler is composed of individual perforated stainless steel shelves for warming, holding or slow cooking. A blazing fire along the rear of the Mt. St. Helens firebox will produce coals, which when pulled forward, will keep the entire firebox saturated with heat. The design allows for traditional Robata style cooking with real solid fuel flavor and the excitement of a live fire.
Why Wood Stone?
Wood Stone builds ovens differently. Our floors and domes are single-piece and they are thicker. The materials we use are proprietary and the manufacturing techniques are absolutely unique. Our domes have more thermal headspace. We offer infrared under floor burners. Our ovens are more space efficient. We offer more standard options than any other manufacturer. All of these differences add up to significant benefits for you, the oven owner. Read through our 10 key Points of Difference and learn why these differences will help you make more money.
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